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Offshore Windfarms in the United States?

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Description: As an industrialized nation we depend greatly upon electricity. Conventional electrical power plants are mostly fueled by coal, oil, or natural gas; the burning of fossil fuels to create electricity contributes to global warming and air pollution. Wind power does not require fuel, create pollution or consume scarce resources. Many believe the energy future belongs to wind as a clean, renewable energy, especially as global policies to reduce greenhouse gases are adopted. Should the United States develop offshore wind farms as part of the national energy policy? Standard 12.3.1 economics

Author: Pamela Olson

Lesson ID: 768

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